England striker, Daniel Sturridge strikes twice for Bolton against West Ham but insists on Chelsea return

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England striker, Daniel Sturridge strikes twice for Bolton against West Ham but insists on Chelsea return
The on loan Chelsea striker, played an important role in leading his current side Bolton Wanderers to an impressive 3-0 win over West Ham United in the English Premier League over the weekend. The 21-year-old scored twice with his left foot,
in addition to an overall brilliant performance that earned him the Man of the Match award.
The two goals against West Ham have increased his goal tally to an impressive six goals in eight games. He joined Bolton in the January transfer window to gain some valuable first team experience on Chelsea boss, Carlo Ancelotti’s orders. He has been doing
exactly that, and has improved drastically since his arrival at the Reebok Stadium.
While the striker was disappointed he was unable to manage a hat trick, he was pleased with the two goals he did score. Sturridge said while speaking to reporters, “For my first I got a bit of space and just turned and aimed for the corner. It was
a great occasion for me and the team. And the second goal was important because they had come back into the game. But I was disappointed not to get the hat trick.”
He has been in excellent form at Bolton and Wanderers boss, Owen Coyle has expressed his desire to sign the England International on a more permanent basis. However, Sturridge does not reciprocate and has made it clear by repeatedly stating that he wishes
to return to Stamford Bridge at the end of the season.
The young striker maintained his wish to rejoin Chelsea once his loan spell was over, he continued, “I see my future at Chelsea - if I can become a regular there then that's my aim. I don't have any other aims. If I can achieve that then great but if not
then obviously would have to assess what's going to happen. I'm a Chelsea player; I love playing for the club and want to become a regular.”
One of the main reasons Ancelotti insisted Sturridge leave for Bolton on loan the remainder of the season was the arrival of £50 million striker, striker’s arrival guaranteed there would be no room for the existing strikers.
However, the Spaniard has been out of form and has failed to find the back of the net for the Blues so far.
Sturridge on the other hand has been in excellent form and it seems likely that the imminent in summer, Ancelotti will need to
reimburse his striking force and there seems to be no better option than Sturridge, who has more than proved himself in the latter half of this season.



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